My Colorado 14ers

Not many soaring pilots have flown above all of Colorado’s 14ers.  Here’s a list of all of the peaks, grouped by mountain range and listed by height.  If I fly over one, I intend to add a link to the flight track.

Front Range

Tenmile Range

Mosquito Range

Sawatch Range

  • Mt. Elbert 14,433’
  • Mt. Massive 14,421’
  • Mt. Harvard 14,420’
  • La Plata Peak 14,336’
  • Mt. Antero 14,269’
  • Mt. Shavano 14,229’
  • Mt. Belford 14,197’
  • Mt. Princeton 14,197’
  • Mt. Yale 14,196’
  • Tabeguache Peak 14,155’
  • Mt. Oxford 14,153’
  • Mt. Columbia 14,073’
  • Missouri Mountain 14,067’
  • Mt. of the Holy Cross 14,005’
  • Huron Peak 14,003’

Elk Mountains

  • Castle Peak  14,265’
  • Maroon Peak 14,156’
  • Capitol Peak 14,130’
  • Snowmass Mountain 14,092’
  • Conundrum Peak 14,060’
  • Pyramid Peak 14,018’
  • North Maroon Peak 14,014’

Sagre de Cristo Range

  • Blanca Peak 14,345’
  • Crestone Peak 14,294’
  • Crestone Needle 14,197’
  • Kit Carson Peak 14,165’
  • Challenger Point 14,081’
  • Humboldt Peak 14,064’
  • Culebra Peak 14,047’
  • Mt. Lindsey 14,042’
  • Ellingwood Point 14,042’
  • Little Bear Peak 14,037’

San Juan Mountains

  • Uncompahgre Peak 14,309’
  • Mt. Wilson 14,246’
  • El Diente Peak 14,159’
  • Mt. Sneffels 14,150’
  • Mt. Eolus 14,083’
  • Windom Peak 14,082’
  • Sunlight Peak 14,059’
  • Handies Peak 14,048’
  • North Eolus 14,039’
  • Redcloud Peak 14,034’
  • Wilson Peak 14,017’
  • Wetterhorn Peak 14,015’
  • San Luis Peak 14,014’
  • Sunshine Peak 14,001’